Jamaican students to face off in WorldSkills competition…Great idea

The University of Technology is again targeting practical skill development and youth empowerment which is so needed in the Caribbean today.   With the region reeling from the effects of recession and downsizing of many companies and industries, this initiative is worthy of commendation. See article below.

J’can students to face off in WorldSkills competition

JAMAICAN students will face off in 40 skill areas from 12 sectors, during the staging of the WorldSkills International Assembly, to be held at the University of Technology next month.

The 53 member countries of WorldSkills International will meet at the university to have strategic discussions and take decisions concerning the direction of WorldSkills International, which is dedicated to raising the status and standards of vocational education and training worldwide.


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